- Size (LWH): 4.88 inches, 0.55 inches, 2.37 inches
- Weight: 8 ounces
- Battery Type: Lithium Ion
Nokia 808 PureView Unlocked GSM Smartphone w/ 41MP Camera Carl Zeiss Optics - Black
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- WCDMA/HSDPA 850/1900/2100 & Quad-band EGSM 850/900/1800/1900
- Automatic switching between GSM bands
- Flight mode
- Display - AMOLED, 16M colors (type); 240 x 320 pixels, 2.6; Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate; Scratch-resistant surface
- Alert types - Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic, MP3 ringtones
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Top Customer Reviews
I changed my iPhone 3G to Nokia 808 and I am happy I did! Originally I did it to get rid of carrying a separate camera (Panasonic LX5) - 808 is better camera and only the half of the weight.
I need good phone and as a phone this is probably the best on the market. I was also surprised how good offline navigation it has.
The screen resolution doesn't bother me as it shows all I need and very well. The screen is outstanding in the direct sunlight. When I compared the screen to iPhone4S with higher resolution, I couldn't understand the big debate about the resolution 360*480 seems to be good enough and more pixels do not make it better to use.
How about Symbian? Once again where is the beef? Even with one core it seems to be fast and I can easily modify the start screens the way I want. Putting WAN, Bluetooth and others on/off is very nice just scrolling from the top of the screen. It is very easy and nice to use. Nokia supports Symbian till 2016 and I change my phone after 2-3 years anyhow.
Applications? I need weather, stock info, memos, calendar, calculator, navigation and all of them work just fine for me. Sport Tracker is very useful for me, too. I don't use email in my phone but it has it. I am not heavy user of Twitter or Facebook but I could easily use my phone for those, too. I use MacBookPro when I want to use browser, email or view/modify photos. I use Opera browser of the phone occasionally and it could/should load pages faster.
It is good I didn't listen to the warnings of the biased articles. This is the best phone for those who need good camera, excellent navigation and good phone. It is not the best for those (usually kids) who use the phone mainly for surfing and to play games.
Right on Nokia!!!
I received the Nokia 808 one week ago (from "Tablet Distributors" an Amazon partner VERY quickly), the week before Thanksgiving. My previous phone was the Nokia N8 which I love. But I'm a sucker for an amazing camera in a phone, thus the new phone.
The 808 gives an amazing leap forward with its camera experience, offers some well deserved and performance improvements across the whole phone's operation, and a number of design improvements. Some of the standard and well loved performance features of Symbian are here too, features other phone os users have to pay for. The keyboard, a function which Belle (the Nokia OS at the time) surpasses all other smart device OS keyboards, has had a massive redesign, a move which will irritate and alienate many Symbian defenders, but with a week's use (or maybe two), they will be comfortable with.
General speed improvements can be felt throughout all activities with this phone compared with the N8 or E7. No lagging, email hangups, or apps which are not sure if they want to open. Everything is waaay snappier than other smart devices I've had, including the tragic mistake of the Transformer Infinity which I returned.
Just so you know, my base of comparisons for smartphones & devices: I have owned several Nokia smartphones (n95 (amazing camera & my first smartphone), E7, N8) and owned Android and iOS devices. I am familiar with all of these. And utterly love my N8. So nice.
Skipping the obvious and amazing 41 mp camera and Pureview tech, the camera offers improvements and corrects annoyances from Nokia's other premium camera phones. It's way faster than other Nokia camera apps, opens faster than my other Nokia phone apps, takes pics faster once started, faster on the next pic.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought it strictly for the camera, but it does the basics okay. I've used the phone as part of professional photos shoots, to give some of the photos a different look. E.g. Read morePublished 6 days ago by George Beinhorn
Look good well packed, looks clean and nice no scratches, but don't work at all, what a disappointment.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The 5 Stars belong to NOKIA for building this Phone. I still Love it, want to keep it. Its very New (that is if it is refurbish and I never knew), I need this Phone, but it just... Read morePublished 4 months ago by GoldenMan786
The phone has a serious flaw from the recent Mexico version: it crashes again and again on 3G data connection. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Guest of a guest
you will have to get a unlock code from each service provider you want to use it with i have mobal and they use t-mobile and at&t for service and have to get two unlock codes extra... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This product is no longer supported by the manufacturer - which is now owned by microsoft and doesn't make their own phones anymore. Go figure. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Joshuah K.
it is a nice phone does picture better then the Samsung s5 active. has quick response time but stupid At&t can still pick it up as a smartphone so I don't get to use it right now.Published 7 months ago by Sven the Educated
Overall, a great camera. However, when I got the phone, with a note in the box telling me that "This device is set to Spanish by the manufacturer". Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. B. Co